I've decided that the women of Ghana have a grace about them that is uniquely theirs. Watching a woman run down the street, baby tied tightly on her back, selling bread or peanuts or literally anything else you can think of is riveting. The balance it takes to carry, sell, and rearrange a load, all while making sales and counting change is just amazing. And when the weight is calculated for some of their loads, like a propane tank or water jugs, the strength it requires should inspire a new gym trend in Southern California. While my mom was here I think her favorite game was the "what's on her head?" game. It was simple to play and usually lots of fun. She would say "what's on her head?" and I would answer. Want a turn?